Go to Lineman School in Colorado
Recent data points to Colorado being the second fastest growing state in the United States. Fast growing states often experience significant stress in the form of hiring enough qualified construction and infrastructure professionals to handle growth – and that certainly holds true with regard to skilled electricians and linemen.
A lineman is a professional who specializes in maintaining electrical power transmission components. It is a highly rewarding career that will pay off both in terms of self-satisfaction as well as lining your pockets.
So you may ask yourself what is the difference between an electrical lineman and an electrician? In a nutshell, electricians run and maintain electrical systems inside buildings, while linemen maintain electrical systems outside the building. Electricians and linemen are in high demand nationwide, but especially in rapidly growing states like Colorado.
Looking for a Colorado Electrical Lineman School?
Your post-high school education starts at an Independent Electrical Contractors (IEC) training center. We have locations throughout the U.S., so chances are good we are near you.
How You Learn at IEC
An IEC education is a hands-on apprenticeship-based education. You be taught in a state-of-the-art training lab. And you will also be taught on the job, while getting PAID to learn! You will graduate with no debt, ready to start your new full-time lineman career.
So...wanna know how to become a Colorado lineman? Get in touch with Independent Electrical Contractors today!